Faye Bradbrook, Director and Teacher
Faye Bradbrook established DramaWorks Theatre Company in 2008. Faye is English and has been living in Budapest since 2006. Faye trained as an actress and dancer with the YEM Theatre School, Hampshire, U.K. She gained her teaching diplomas with the London College of Music at Thames Valley University and the Professional Teachers of Dance. Faye is also a qualified English Language teacher.
In 2001 Faye opened the ‘Little Dragon Theatre Company' in which she worked as a director, teacher and children's entertainer. She wrote and performed a variety of magical stories for children. After moving to Budapest Faye continued her enthusiasm for Theatre in Education as a teacher of Drama and English. "I believe the imagination is a wonderful tool for teaching and learning, especially for young children".
Faye continues to work as a performer on stage and her most recent performances include 'The System of Dr Pagan' performed at the Merlin International Theatre, the voice of Gunhild in ‘Egil the Last Pagan' and playing the parts of Flicker in the ‘Three Little Pigs', Henrietta in ‘I Am Not A Robot', Sarah in ‘Clone Alone' for Broken Reins Theatre in Education and Jen in 'Hangovers' with Budapest Secret Theatre.
Sally, Drama and Music Theatre Teacher
Sally is from the South West of England, graduating with a Degree in Drama in the Community and Media. She has worked extensively as a Theatre Practitioner in the region. She has experience of working with groups of all ages and abilities, in schools, theatres and arts organizations.
She has assistant directed and directed numerous plays and performances, both popular musical theatre and original pieces. She has written a number of original plays, but also really enjoys working with existing scripts and devising.
Alongside her work as a Facilitator and Director, she has also produced small scale touring theatre, worked in arts administration and also has extensive performing experience.
Christine, Drama and Music Theatre Teacher
Christine is pleased to have joined the DramaWorks faculty in September of 2017. A passionate performer and believer in the value of the arts, Christine began dancing and acting at a very young age and continued into a career in modern and contemporary dance as a performer and choreographer, and later as a producer and artistic director of companies, collectives, musical theatre revues, and as a master teacher and adjudicator.
She trained in Vancouver and New York, earning two diplomas in Modern Dance and Performance, as well as two in Horticulture and Landscape Design; after all, life is all about growing. Presently, Christine is a working film and commercial actor and teacher, residing in Budapest, Hungary.
Scott, Acting Coach and Film Studies